• Stoops tackles subject of DGB's status, Bell at tight end

    OU coaches addresses offseason at Big 12 Media Days

    The Big 12 media days concluded today in Dallas with Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops talking to media from around the league. Read More
  • Gundy at Big 12 Media Days: I felt like Britney Spears today

    OSU coach talks quarterback situation, state of his team going into 2014 season

    The 2014 Big 12 media day kicked off Monday in Dallas today with Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy speaking to the media on his thoughts going into the season. Read More
  • Ready for Big 12 football?

    Media days begin Monday in Dallas

    The 2014 Big 12 media day kicks off Monday in Dallas, Texas. Read More
  • How do preseason college football polls look for OU, OSU?

    Sooners are at the top of some rankings

    With the college football season once again rapidly approaching, polls across the nation have been released ranking the preseason top 25 football teams. Read More
  • OU football has big-name opponents in the future

    Michigan latest added to list of power conference foes

    The University of Oklahoma and the Michigan Wolverines announced a home and home series this week. The teams will meet in Norman, Oklahoma in 2025 and in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2026. Read More
  • Montgomerie wins U.S. Senior Open title after playoff

    Finishes ahead of Sauers at 1-over

    Edmond, OK (SportsNetwork.com) - Colin Montgomerie defeated Gene Sauers in a 3-hole playoff on Sunday with an aggregate score of 1-over to capture the title of the U.S. Senior Open. Read More
  • No longer a villain, say hello to a much merrier Monty

    Scot leads U.S. Senior Open after shooting 65 on Thursday

         Colin Montgomerie appears to have aged in reverse, or he hasn’t aged at all. A grumpy young man has become a pleasant older fellow. Read More
  • Top 10 'homer' picks for the U.S. Senior Open

    Major championship tees off Thursday, weather permitting

         Projected finish for the U.S. Senior Open, which will be held Thursday through Sunday at Oak Tree National in Edmond: Read More
  • Verplank's stormy relationship with Oak Tree National

    It wasn't love at first sight for 1984 U.S. Amateur champ

         Thirty years ago, Scott Verplank hated Oak Tree National. Read More
  • Scott Verplank transcript at U.S. Senior Open

    1984 U.S. Amateur champ and OSU great chats with media

    MIKE TROSTEL: Welcome back to the 35th U.S. Senior Open. I am Mike Trostel, historian of the USGA Museum, with you here at Oak Tree National. I'd like to welcome Scott Verplank, an Edmond, Oklahoma, resident, into the media center. Scott is playing in his first U.S. Senior Open because tomorrow is his 50th birthday, so happy early birthday to you, Scott. You're also not only the newest member of the Champions Tour starting tomorrow after a PGA TOUR career that spanned 30 years and 630 tournaments, but you're out here and playing in a national championship to start off, so just talk about your first experience playing here in the U.S. Senior Open and playing here at your home course, Oak Tree. Read More